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(A) The public children services agency (PCSA) or private child placing agency (PCPA) shall coordinate comprehensive health care for each child in its care or custody who is placed into substitute care

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Shawn Pedani
02-09-2018 (4:10pm)
Should it say that PCSA's shall coordinate with PNA's for providing comprehensive health care for child in its custody? I work at a PNA (Christian Children's Home of Ohio) in our foster care department. Reading this rule, it's unclear who is responsible for coordination of health care. It appears to be that the PCSA's are responsible. None of the county contracts address this (except Cuyahoga) - as they are all state, master contracts. Cuyahoga just talks about the initial. Yet, all the counties want us to make sure we are providing a physical and forms to document doctor and dentists appts. Thank you!
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